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How should you interact, if at all, with animals on your travels? Jennifer Pulling from Animals Worldwide shares the pros and cons of visiting captive wildlife.
Work is underway to make flying more sustainable, and that’s good news for the planet and good news for responsible travelers wanting to reduce their carbon footprint.
Before you travel, make sure you aren't risking the lives of people in the country you're visiting.
Planning a family trip, that includes someone with a disability, takes time and patience – but it’s worth it. Here are some tips for how to get started.
Staying on a working farm combines the best of slow food and slow travel, and brings much-needed economic support to local communities.
As more of us choose out of the way places for our next adventure, we weigh up why that is and isn't a good idea
Without care and compassion, drone flying can disrupt lives, cause offense and put people and animals in danger.
Lockdowns and restrictions have affected everyone, and many of us are desperate to be reunited with loved ones, or to just hit the road. But what should we consider when we travel during COVID-19?
Christina Beckmann explains her vision to speed up the removal of carbon from the atmosphere through a community of like-minded travelers.
The COVID-19 pandemic has given us a wake-up call to become better travelers – and that’s just what the world needs.
Wildlife travel provides crucial funding for conservation and wildlife protection programs, even if your departure date is uncertain.
Take special care when you’re camping, hiking, snorkeling or snowshoeing – whether traveling close to home or around the world